> In regards to instruments, are non-period, aucosic
> acceptable? I have been playing much of the music
> below with a group
> here in al-Barran (Albuquerque, NM)on a clarinet...I
> transcribe the
> music as the clarinet is not in the key of C, but
> In Service,
> Lyneya del Filde
> Scorpion Scales
I'm not in charge of the musicians this year, but it's
ok with me :-) I, myself, play a plastic baroque
recorder, usually see-through green (it's my newest
one) so authenticity very important to me (joke!)
Seriously, it is having the live dance music that is
important, not the exact method of production. Bring
battery lights if you've got 'em, we play by "torch"
I put up the Noteworthy Composer files to make it
easier for those who have the program and need to
transpose music to do so. I can do it for you if you
need me to. I've always played "C" instruments
though, you might remind me of where to move them to
(if the first note is "C", make it "Bflat", right?
Just move each line down 2 half steps?)
hasn't played since Crystall Ball 2003
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